Best Wedding Locations in Australia

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If you have already been granted a prospective spouse visa for Australia, you should know that you should marry your partner in Australia within your 9 month visa validity. There is a need, therefore, to already have a choice location for your Australian wedding.

With Australia being a top tourist destination already, you can now have a choice from among the many locations here that will make your wedding memorable and unique.

Wedding Locations in Australia

Qualia Luxury Resort, Hamilton Island, QueenslandThis is one of Australia’s best locations for weddings. It is located close to the Great Barrier Reef which is a World Heritage-listed location. If you are a couple who loves the sun, then the beach will offer a spectacular backdrop for your ceremony. On the other hand, if you want to have a traditional setting, you can also use its white wooden chapel. Not only that, there is also the Long Pavilion Restaurant, a private dining room, the poolside or the lawn, and a lot more.

Paronella Park, Mena Creek, Cassowary Coast Queensland

Make it count by having your wedding at another unique venue.

If you want to be married in a different era, at least with the touch and feel of it, you can choose to do it at the Paronella Park which was built by Jose Paronella, a Spanish migrant, for his wife, Margarita. Since it was built in the 1930’s, you are assured to feel that you are in a different time with the ruins and the rainforest. Spread over 13 acres of land, you will be amazed at everything there is including gardens, picnic and bathing areas for everyone, rock pools and cascading waterfalls, as well as a Castillo with a grand staircase. These alone make it a themed wedding venue.

Taronga Zoo, Bradleys Hd Rd, Mosman, Sydney

Don’t be resistant because of its being a zoo. Well, as the name suggests, this is where you can find domestic and foreign animals. But more than that, you can have a magnificent view of the Sydney Harbour including the Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House. You will definitely have a memorable wedding especially if you have it at the Harbourview Ballroom which has an immaculately large space, ambiance, and balcony for the most elegant wedding ceremony. Also, the food is great as it has received the 2010 Restaurant and Catering Award for Excellence.

Jonah’s Restaurant and Boutique Hotel

A wedding by the cliff top will surely make you excited and enthralled. It is not only the best choice for the wedding ceremony itself but also for pre-wedding pictorials. The amazing view of the Pacific Ocean will surely make your wedding a truly memorable and special one. The guests will definitely enjoy themselves and will want to thank you for letting them see such a magnificent place.

The food, as well, is exemplary that will satisfy and amaze everyone’s discriminating taste.

With these choices, all that is left for you to do is complete your requirements and process your application. Ask National Visas about your options for applying for a spouse visa for Australia.

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